American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A woman who gives massages professionally.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A woman who practises massage.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A woman who practices massage.
- n. a female massager
- From French masseuse, feminine of masseur. (Wiktionary)
- French, feminine of masseur, masseur; see masseur. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Ellen Datlow’s masseuse is offering a 1/2 hour reflexology session.”
“When I booked the appointments, they only had one opening for a female masseuse, which is what Tracey wanted.”
“The housekeeper who went to let Ledger know the masseuse was there found him dead at 3: 26 p.m.”
“On arrival, Jen also demanded an on-call masseuse, a 12-man strong hair and makeup team, a hotel floor to herself and a stretch of private beach.”
“And then the masseuse was the next to going in, even set up, as we reported all week, a massage table, unaware that Ledger was dead right next to her.”
“They said yes, they do massage here, but that the masseuse is a man.”
“Forsberg recently released her book Fall To Pieces A Memoir Of Drugs, Rock 'N' Roll, And Mental Illness, which detailed the former couple's relationship - and she revealed the singer called a masseuse during the birth of their first child in 2000.”
“In Coppola's Hollywood, twin strippers are available for hire and the in-call masseuse might get naked to make his clients more comfortable.”
“In addition to an on-call masseuse and two free bottles of Australian wine, the 'Spa' hut came with a cross-eyed kitten called Damo and an inspirational guide called Nuan who had taught himself English from an old text book due to the absence of schools in his nearby village and an inability to afford private lessons.”
“I was getting all stressed out hearing about all the dire MMGW predictions, along with feeling the pressure of proving all the things some of you so gracefully demanded (and which I am fully capable of doing if I so choose) that I decided to call my masseuse, Hannah.”
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